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... terminal and I pull over into the car park and try to
work out what this is all about and how it works. As I sat here in the car park
one train departed with about 100 cars on board and their passengers sitting
idea was if its anything like British Railways charge for tickets then they can
keep their train trip and I will just head back down the pass and head for
France. However the price was only a very good 19 Swiss Franks and so i paid ...
... produces olive oil. We came to the beautiful villa Guilia (1624) that was renovated in the late 1700's and named after the owners wife. A grassy stretch of land called the Vialone in front of the villa allowed you to see both branches of the lake. From there to Guggiate with it's avenue of cypresses and on to San Giovanni which has a Nautical Instruments museum and a baroque fronted church. The return to Bellagio took ...
... I upgraded to some kind of organic Peruvian coffee bean that was both sweet & spicy, perfectly complementing the vanilla in my latte. Or something like that anyway.
The coffee dregs had long gone cold by the time I was on the move again, leaving fine timing for making it from Fribourg to a campsite near Thun that evening. Making it there would depend wholly on the terrain en route, as it was still almost 50km to Thun and I ...
... a train, we are on a budget so she thought she would look into carpooling With a man coming from France that said we could get a ride from bern bus station to Geneva for 20€ . This sounded much better to us. So Stacey booked us our first carpooling ride and we crossed our fingers all went well, and they weren't a mass Murderer about to kill us.. It was a bit stressful attempting to find where this boy was to pick us up from, with Miriko asking every second ...
... horses and animals that live underneath and behind the house. These animals are kept inside for the winter and have to have clean stables and watered and fed twice a day. The ten cows are milked and the milk given to calves that are being fattened. It is all constant and hard work. Werner breaks in some horses which are ...